Knowing the election laws is key to being prepared for special situations

Long before Fred Camillo won his race for First Selectman, the research began into how a special election is declared.  Meetings took place with representatives of the school system, and questions were raised to the legal staff at the Secretary of the State's office.  Following up on that, additional research was performed to educate the parties on their options for selecting candidates.  That acquired expertise is then shared with candidates, party officials, town officials, and other interested parties.

Having a thorough knowledge of Title 9 of the CT General Statutes is a key to properly assisting voters, candidates, and parties.

Link to Greenwich Time article

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